Euclid Law

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Firm Description

Euclid Law was created by experienced competition lawyers with a common desire to build a new competition law firm that is agile, collaborative, highly commercial in its thinking, innovative in its approach to delivering results and free from the constraints of larger law firms.

With offices in both London and Brussels, in-depth experience and a network of contacts in key jurisdictions around the world built up over many years of practice, we have the ability to advise clients across Europe and worldwide. We represent clients before EU and UK competition authorities and courts.

Main Area of Expertise

CARTELS & ANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS

COMMERCIAL AGREEMENTS AND STRATEGY

COMPETITION LITIGATION AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

COMPLIANCE PROGRAMMES & AI TOOLS

DOMINANCE & UNILATERAL CONDUCT

ENVIRONMENTAL COMPETITION LAW

EU FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT AND UK NATIONAL SECURITY

MARKET AND SECTOR INVESTIGATIONS

Experts

Oliver Bretz, Partner
oliver.bretz@euclid-law.eu

Marie Leppard, Partner
marie.leppard@euclid-law.eu

Sarah Long, Partner
sarah.long@euclid-law.eu

Becket McGrath, Partner
becket.mcgrath@euclid-law.eu

Natalie Greenwood, Partner
natalie.greenwood@euclid-law.eu

Michael Reiss, Partner
michael.reiss@euclid-law.eu

 

Key Contacts

Managing Partner

Oliver Bretz
+44 (0) 788 158 8784
oliver.bretz@euclid-law.eu

Firm Rankings

Competition/Antitrust
Band 4

4.0

Lawyer Rankings

Articles

UK consumer watchdog frustrated at lack of bite

CMA left reliant on courts to fulfil role despite government promises to give it more powers two years ago “The CMA’s main gripe is that it has never had the fining powers and the ability to run a [consumer protection] case through to a final decision with penalties,” said Becket McGrath, competition partner at Euclid […]

10 Dec 2021
Taking Security and Options Seriously: the UK and German Investment Screening Regimes

Arrangements involving current and potential future events, such as taking security and agreeing options, require careful scrutiny under investment screening regimes. It is not safe to assume that a trigger will operate in the same way as under another more developed regulatory regime, such as merger control. Moreover, taking a security or agreeing an option […]

10 Dec 2021

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